OIEO £399,950 New Instruction

Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents are delighted to add to their books The Old Pottery, a stunning converted Grade II listed character cottage in the centre of the village. There are large rooms for a cottage, with a 32` (9.75m) open-plan fitted kitchen/dining area with wood-burner, with an additional sitting room also with a wood-burner and a bedroom 3/study. The master bedroom has a second staircase access to add to the large second bedroom and luxury bathroom. There are vaulted ceilings, exposed beams and a flint walled courtyard.

The Old Pottery is located behind the former Forge, just off Mill Lane, in the centre of the village. The village is extremely popular and has a public house, church, cricket ground and has magnificent downland and riverside walks. Rodmell is also famed for Monks House, the Sussex residence of Virginia Woolf. The coast is some 4 miles, as is Lewes with its historic centre, 3 superstores and main line Railway Station (London Victoria approximately 65 mins & London Bridge 90 mins) and is easily accessible to the A27 Eastbourne/Brighton Road and the A23 to Gatwick/London.



Exposed wooden staircase to ground floor dining room/kitchen, with solid wood hand rail and balustrade. Beamed ceiling light to south. Exposed beam wall. Exposed brick chimney breast. Antique style radiator.

White suite of wood panelled bath with mixer taps and shower attachment. Wash basin with tiled top surround and wooden cupboards under. Wooden double cupboard over. Recessed spotlighting. Deep bathroom cupboard with modern hot water cylinder, room for storage and electric light. Hatch to insulated roof space. Solid painted wood door. Casement window looking to the old Forge.

18` x 11` (5.49m x 3.35m). Sussex barn style ceiling with double slope. Window with shutters looking to the old Forge. Exposed beamed wall. Antique style radiator. Connecting door to Master Bedroom (which has separate access from the second stairway). Exposed wooden floor.

17` x 15`1 (5.18m x 4.60m). Magnificent double sloping vaulted and beamed ceiling of 12`4 (3.78m) height. Double aspect room with windows to east and west to garden and glimpses of the South Downs. Sisal carpeting. Double radiator. Mezzanine area for bed platform/study/storage.

Exposed wooden floorboards and exposed tread staircase to ground floor with wooden balustrade and hand rail. Hatch to insulated roof space.


Part glazed entrance door to:-
32`9 x 9`5 (10.03m x 2.90m).
Kitchen area: 14`7 x 11` (4.48m x 3.35m). 4-ring ceramic electric hob with solid wood tops to each side. Stainless steel oven under and drawers to each side. 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer taps. Modern kitchen units with drawers, pan drawers and cupboards. Gun-metal hooded wood-burner within brick fireplace with mantle. Attractive beamed staircase and beamed ceiling. Exposed brick area. Stainless steel extractor hood with light over. Antique style radiator. Deep 2-door fitted cupboard for storage and with Heatrae Sadia electric central heating system. Thermostat . Recessed spotlighting. Brick floor. Window to the old Forge.
Dining/Family area: 18`4 x 9`8 (5.60m x 2.99m). Window to front garden. Brick floor to entrance area. Solid wood staircase and balustrade with upright beam and understairs cupboard. Oak wood flooring with wood trim to main dining section. Exposed ceiling beams. Double doors glazed to Sitting Room.

16`8 x 12` (5.12m x 3.66m). Casement window to front garden to east. Cast iron wood-burner with shelf top. Antique radiator. 4 Wall light points and dimmer switch. Fitted shelves. Glazed doors to Dining/Family area. Door to:-

Staircase with exposed wooden tread and exposed wooden balustrade and hand rail, to first floor. Italian tiled floor. Window to garden.

Low level w.c. Wash basin with cupboards under.

9` x 8`2 (2.74m x 2.49m). Door from Sitting Room. Ceiling light. Stainless steel spotlights. Electric panel heater.


The property is approached via Mill Lane to a shared access and to the front garden and entrance door. The front garden has a front dwarf wall and a car parking space, currently used for plant pots.

Brick patio facing south and west and brick steps to patio doors. Attractive flint walled garden, leading to a flat roof terrace with glimpses of the South Downs. Wooden slat fencing. Outside light.

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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